SALTO-Youth: Sports as a tool for education and inclusion

SALTO-Youth: Sports as a tool for education and inclusion

Sport plays a very important role in our societies. It can be a very powerful tool for education and inclusion when working with young people. This training course will explore the different possibilities of sport as a tool for education and inclusion.

The diverse educational practices of sport can be a very good and efficient way to convey values of solidarity, diversity, inclusiveness and cultural awareness. It can play an important role in our societies by combining healthy physical activity levels with social and cultural heritage and diversity. Sport can be a very powerful tool for education and inclusion when working with young people because it can be very motivating and interesting. It can create a bridge between different social groups and better foster mutual comprehension and dialogue.

The main aim of the course will be to explore the use of sport as an educational tool for social inclusion.
The goals will be:

  • To discover, test and develop tools for using sport as an educational tool for inclusion
  • To reflect and analyse the transferability of the different educational tools
  • To provide information and create ideas for projects within the frame of Youth Erasmus+ Programmes
  • To build a broader understanding of what an inclusive attitude means

This Training Course is for 30 participants from Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries and recommended for youth workers, youth leaders, project managers, EVS mentors/tutors.

Working language(s): English
Organiser: Spanish National Agency (National Agency)
Dates: 25-30 April 2016
Costs: All costs of selected participants are covered by the Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme

Contact for questions:
E-mail: tca@injuve.es
E-Mail: rodriguezcai@injuve.es
Phone: + 34 91 7827750


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